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Old Dec 14, 2011, 4:02 PM   #1
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Default Playing with Rokinon FE Images in Fisheye Hemi

Kind-of a cool little program I now have attached in Photoshop, this program does not 100% remove the fisheye effect, but it can come very close if you want to use the lens as a normal superwide and keep the camera level. The E-P3's built-in digital level is a wonderful tool to use with this lens for that purpose. It was developed by people interested in using fisheyes to shoot people and keep them natural-looking while keeping the extra wide coverage a fisheye provides..

http://www.imagetrendsinc.com/produc...dpage_hemi.asp

Here's 4 examples using some images I have posted here before.

Fisheye..



Converted in Fisheye Hemi..



Fisheye..



Fisheye Hemi..



Fisheye..



Fisheye Hemi..



This last image is the most severe and is far from corrected since I was tilting the camera up, but does provide a different "look"..

Fisheye..



Fisheye Hemi..

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Old Dec 14, 2011, 7:13 PM   #2
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This is very interesting indeed .. I find the price a tidy bit high ... but I still might go for it.
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It seems to work well. I find $30 to be OK. Some other de-fisheye S/W are a lot more expansive.
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